CARTI Announces Gynecologic Oncology Multi-Disciplinary Clinic

July 26, 2017


Dr. Joseph Ivy will begin seeing patients twice a month as part of a new multI-disciplinary clinic for gynecologic oncology patients at the CARTI Cancer Center in Little Rock.

“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Ivy to CARTI,” said Craig Comish, CARTI interim chief executive officer.  “His commitment to improving patient satisfaction in gynecologic oncology fits perfectly with the CARTI mission of providing the finest quality cancer treatment and compassionate care, and we are excited to have him make his expertise and skills available to CARTI cancer patients.”

A graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Ivy performed his residency at Louisiana State University before  completing a Galloway Fellowship at Memorial Sloane Kettering Cancer Center.

After practicing for three years as a pelvic surgeon, Ivy went on to complete a gynecologic oncology fellowship at the University of Minnesota.

Ivy is the founder of Ivy Women’s Cancer Care in Rogers, where he also practices with Highland Oncology Group.

Appointments or referrals for Ivy’s twice monthly gynecologic oncology clinic at the CARTI Cancer Center in Little Rock can be made by calling 1-479-878-5464 or faxing 1-479-319-4147.

CARTI is a not-for-profit, multi-disciplinary cancer care provider offering medical and surgical oncology, diagnostic radiology and radiation oncology at locations throughout the state to provide convenient access for cancer patients.  Chemotherapy is offered in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Benton, Clinton, Conway, El Dorado, Heber Springs, Russellville and Stuttgart. Radiation therapy is offered in Little Rock, North Little Rock, Conway, Mountain Home and Searcy.

The CARTI Foundation was incorporated in 1983 as a non-profit organization to assist CARTI in meeting the current and future needs of Arkansas cancer patients and their families.